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UPDATE: Mother praises doctors as victim of US-131 crash improves to stable condition

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Posted at 6:56 PM, Jul 12, 2021
and last updated 2021-07-14 23:13:40-04

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The victim who was ejected upon impact during a one-vehicle crash that happened on US-131 last week has undergone surgeries and is now in stable condition, according to her mother.

Mirelis' mother, Mirelis Roque, thanked the nurses and doctors who took care of her daughter as she treasured every moment she got to spend next to her daughter.

"The amazing person working here, doctors nurse first and then recession. He's unbelievable," Roque said "You feeling like my family, I don't go, only I eat I shower so quickly because I don't want to miss any minute it's next to my daughter."

Mirelis is still in the pediatric ICU but she is not conscious, according to her mother.

Mirelis also offered her deepest condolences to the family of her daughter's boyfriend, who passed away in the crash.

Family identified Mirelis in a GoFundMe posted this weekend.

Mirelis is still in the pediatric ICU but she is not conscious, according to her mother.

If you would like the family with medical expenses, you can contribute through their GoFundMe page here.

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